Aluminum Alloy 5052 Data Sheet
Alloy Group: 5XXX
PRINCIPAL ALLOYING ELEMENT: Magnesium
Group: Common Alloys
ALUMINUM 5052 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
What is aluminum 5052?
Aluminum 5052 is an aluminum alloy with magnesium as the primary alloying element, supplemented with a small chromium addition. It has good formability when in the fully soft, annealed temper and can be work-hardened to fairly high strength levels. It is commonly used in a multitude of engineering applications.
TYPICAL CHEMISTRY LIMITS of ALUMINUM 5052:
Composition according to Aluminum Association.
TYPICAL MECHANICAL DATA of ALUMINUM 5052:The following typical aluminum 5052 properties are not guaranteed since in most cases they are average for various sizes and methods of manufacture and may not be exactly representative of any particular product or size. The data is intended for comparing alloys and tempers and should not be used for design purposes.
Source: Aluminum Standards & Data and United Aluminum data base
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